@Superman here is a question for you now that I have seen your position on taking a QB in the draft, assumingly at 13 as you mentioned Herbert and Love.
Question PERTAINING ONLY TO 2020 COLTS Position: What's better?
Taking a QB (Herbert or Love) who will need time to develop, maybe will bust, maybe not and will be throwing to a bunch of JAGS. Meaning having no true skill players which could hinder development. I mean experts are making excuses for Love's picks based on no skill players, doing too much junk.
Taking a stud WR Lamb or Juedy who can make any QB potentially look and do better based on their talent right away.
Reason I ask this is...
Brady and Luck as example, could take any group of JAGS and make them look great. Herbert or Love are clearly NOT this scenario. They will not be Brady or Luck, not right away, maybe not ever.
Nuk, who clearly is similar to Lamb IMO, did the same with whoever until Watson showed up. Meaning he was a stud and made Shaub and whoever else Texans had look better at all times.
So what's better? Take the QB hoping they eventually make less than average surrounding talent better or take the WR who will instantly make an average QB look better?
From what I can gather after watching the combine and reading the results, it looks like Herbert and Love were the big winners from the combine. I'd also tag in Tua since the doctors proved his hip is healed.
Fromm and Eason on the other hand didn't look too good, but it's the combine. They could still end up being decent QBs.
Yeah, I watched all those QBs’ full workouts last night, and the only one I loved was Herbert. All things considered, I‘d wait until at least the 3rd and target Gordon (exactly what I thought before the combine)...